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7 Reasons People Withdraw in Relationships

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  1. Vicki Shemin says:

    Dear Lisa – Thanks for ALL your support!

    I so enjoy your excellent work!

    Best, Vicki

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  2. estrella1982 says:

    Reblogged this on Let Me See Redemption Win and commented:
    This is really amazing and something I wish I learned so many years ago. All of these are true for me, reasons why I withdraw and I also can see how my husband would react just in the same ways.
    Read it!

  3. Caterina Arends says:

    Another excellent post —- great for broader readership.

  4. souldancer44 says:

    Great post! I can see myself and proole ive been in relationships with. It makes so much sense

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